CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Motorists can expect to see more troopers patrolling West Virginia's highways this week.
State police spokesman Sgt. Michael Baylous says troopers will be out in force during the holidays.
Baylous asks West Virginians to show courtesy to out-of-state motorists who might not be familiar with the state.
He also asks motorists to use common sense.
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